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  • Alberta Alpine Ski Association
    Alberta Alpine Ski Association

    The Alberta Alpine Ski Association is the governing body for alpine ski racing in the Province of Alberta. The Association represents over 30 ski clubs province wide and coordinates and supports skiing development and racing programs for athletes starting at age 5 through to adult ages.

  • Calgary Ski Club
    Calgary Ski Club

    To promote the joy of skiing, in all its diversity, and to foster fellowship, healthy living and adventure year-round among recreational skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. We are a club run by volunteers. Our strength lies in skiers helping skiers. 

  • Foothills Nordic Ski Club
    Foothills Nordic Ski Club

    The Foothills Nordic Ski Club (FNSC) is an active club in Calgary. Incorporated in 1964, FNSC has a long history of touring, back country skiing, staging major events, organizing programs and developing elite cross-country and biathlon athletes.

  • Nakiska Alpine Ski Association
    Nakiska Alpine Ski Association

    The Nakiska Alpine Ski Association is one of western Canada's largest ski racing development systems, reaching nearly 300 athletes! 

    NASA is a collection of five Calgary-area ski clubs that provide a complete development pathway for young skiers starting from age four. 

    From our FUNdamental skills based Mini-Meisters, U8 and U10 Nancy Greene programs thru to our year-around high performance FIS program we have a program specifically designed to meet the needs of your aspiring athlete. With a team of nearly 50 coaches and 300 athletes, we are working to build the best alpine athlete development system in Canada. 

  • Kimberley Alpine Team
    Kimberley Alpine Team

    The Kimberley Alpine Team (KAT) is a not-for-profit organisation managed by volunteers and parents. KAT aims to develop ski racers and all-mountain skiers from the ages of 4 to 16+. Formerly known as the Kimberley North Star Racers Society, KAT provides fall and winter programs which offer fun and challenging opportunities for personal excellence through participation and competition in alpine ski racing and all mountain skiing. Dedicated to helping young skiers learn the essentials of skiing and ski racing, our coaches implement ski programs at the Kimberley Alpine Resort.

  • Mount Washington Ski Club
    Mount Washington Ski Club

    The Mt. Washington Ski Club is a non-profit society incorporated under the Societies Act of the Province of British Columbia. The Ski Club operates under the umbrella of BC Alpine and Alpine Canada. Our aim as a ski club is to provide a high quality and affordable competitive ski program.

  • Apex Ski Club
    Apex Ski Club

    Our club goals are to make skiing a life long sport, develop skiing abilities, provide quality alpine race training experiences and have FUN!

  • Big Bam Ski Club
    Big Bam Ski Club

    Big Bam Ski Hill is a non-profit, community volunteer driven operation.  Without your support, we wouldn't be here.  Thanks to so many, Big Bam is back.  But, we can't do it alone.  We need help to build a strong base of support.

  • Big White Racers
    Big White Racers

    The Big White Racers is a non-profit organization who are on the path towards their World Cup dream with the success of superior coaching locally, innumerable hours of parental support, and personal dedication. Our Ski Racers bring tremendous representation and awareness to their community, often becoming ambassadors of the sport and local region

  • British Columbia Alpine Ski Masters
    British Columbia Alpine Ski Masters

    BC Alpine Ski Association encourages all levels of ski racing in British Columbia. Masters racing (age 18+) in BC is rapidly growing and you will want to be part of the action.

  • Cypress Ski Club
    Cypress Ski Club

    The Cypress Ski Club offers on-snow and dryland programs for young skiers all the way from the Alcan Nancy Greene junior skiers, through the juvenile racers to young adults racing in serious national and international competition.

  • FAST - Fernie Alpine Ski Team
    FAST - Fernie Alpine Ski Team

    FAST promotes Juvenile skiing and Juvenile ski racing. The programs offered start with the Nancy Greene Ski Improvement Program for kids 6 to 12 and for those athletes interested there are more racing oriented programs starting at age 9 and going to ages 17+.

  • Golden Kicking Horse Alpine Team
    Golden Kicking Horse Alpine Team

    GKHAT are a not-for-profit organization, run by volunteers and parents dedicated to helping young skiers learn the fun essentials of safe skiing.  We provide a safe, fun, supportive environment where skiers can improve their overall skiing techniques and racing abilities together with their knowledge of safe skiing habits and healthy athletic lifestyle.

  • Grouse Mountain Tyee
    Grouse Mountain Tyee

    The Tyee Ski Club is committed to the development of young athletes as ski racers and snowboarders. To help achieve those ideals we develop positive life skills through team work, social interaction, sportsmanship, commitment and the pursuit of personal best.

  • Smithers Ski Club
    Smithers Ski Club

    The Smithers Ski Club has been training athletes for thirty years now. Thanks to the tireless dedication of parents and coaches we have produced many provincial and national team members. Our Nancy Greene program is one of the largest in the province due to the wonderful support we receive from Ski Smithers and the reduced pass rates it offers to skiers under 13 years old.

  • Overlander Ski Club
    Overlander Ski Club

    Overlander Ski Club/Stake Lake Nordic Centre: Stake Lake offers 49km of pristine cross-county ski trails only 25 minutes from Kamloops, and 3 1/2 hours from Vancouver.  The Club operates the trail network, and is host to numerous activities, programs, and events.
     

  • Prince George Ski Club
    Prince George Ski Club

    The Prince George Alpine Ski Racers, Tabor Mt. & Purden Mt. N.G.S.L. are all under the auspices of the Prince George Ski Club whose purposes are to act as the parent body which coordinates the separate levels of skiing either racing or recreational and to to promote, support, coordinate and oversee alpine skiing activities in the city of Prince George and the surrounding area.

  • Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club
    Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club

    Welcome to the Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club Web Site. The Snow Valley Nordic Ski Club is a non-profit organization with over 225 nordics skiing enthusiants in the Kitimat and Terrace area. Today the club runs and maintains the Onion Lake Ski Trails located approximately halfway between Kitimat and Terrace. The club is run entirely by volunteers through the support of people like you, local governments and local business.

  • Sun Peaks Racers
    Sun Peaks Racers

    The Sun Peaks Alpine Club offers 5 ski programs for skiers aged 5 – 12 years old (year of birth: 2008– 2001) using the Nancy Greene Ski League Format. These programs deliver customized free skiing and introduce young skiers to alpine ski racing. The focus is FUN on skis. Coaches are Canadian Ski Coaching Federation (CSCF) certified and Canadian Ski Instructor Association (CSIA) certified, many with ski racing backgrounds.

  • Team Panorama
    Team Panorama

    Team Panorama offers ski and ski racing instruction for kids from age 5 to 14. We ski together every Saturday and Sunday morning at Panorama

  • The Okanagan Club
    The Okanagan Club

    for Skiing, Sports and Socials was founded in 1972 by an enthusiastic group of Okanagan skiers. We are a registered not-for-profit organization in BC, run by volunteers. There is a mix of singles and couples who enjoy skiing, sports and socials all year round. We have both avid and occasional skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. Many people join for our many sports and social events. Our adult club is about having fun, meeting people, getting exercise, and making new friends.

     

  • Whistler Mountain Ski Club
    Whistler Mountain Ski Club

    Since 1968 the Whistler Mountain Ski Club has been Developing Champions! WMSC is dedicated to the development of able-bodied and Paralympic snow sports (specifically Alpine Ski Racing) from entry level ages to Masters in all disciplines including Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super G, Downhill and SkiCross. Each season we anticipate more than 160 young racers to actively participate in our programs. The Club is a not-for-profit organization run by parents and associates.

  • Alpine Canada Alpin
    Alpine Canada Alpin

    Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) is the national governing body responsible for the advancement of alpine ski racing in and for Canada. ACA manages the Canadian Alpine Ski Team (CAST) and the Canadian Disabled Alpine ski team (CDAST) which are composed of Canada's best able-bodied and disabled ski racers.

    Alpine Canada aims to ensure that any child entering the alpine ski racing system is provided with the necessary building blocks to reach the highest level of achievement in our sport.  The AIM 2 WIN guide was developed by Alpine Canada as a long-term skier development plan for coaches, managers, administrators, parents, teachers and volunteers. The plan breaks down development into seven stages and provides training strategies and progressions for future elite athletes.

  • Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing
    Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing

    CADS is recognized nationally and internationally for its leadership in alpine adaptive snow sports.  CADS provides opportunities for people with disabilities to experience the joy of participating and competing in alpine adaptive snow sports.  CADS does this by developing and promoting adaptive snow sports through partnerships, training, and instructor certification programs.

  • Alpine Manitoba
    Alpine Manitoba

    Manitoba Alpine Ski Division advocates, promotes, and encourages, at all levels and ages, the values of good sportsmanship, positive lifestyle choices, and the development of positive self esteem through healthy competition and active participation in the sport of alpine skiing.
     

  • Summit Ski Club
    Summit Ski Club

    Summit Ski Club is a non-profit alpine ski organization based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Members cooperate to encourage growth in knowledge and skill development of young athletes, in a safe, fun, and supportive environment.

  • Winnipeg Alpine Racers
    Winnipeg Alpine Racers

    Founded in 1979, our Winnipeg ski club is a non-profit, volunteer based organization which operates under the guidelines of Manitoba Alpine Ski Division.

    We are a fun, family oriented ski club in which members make friends, develop a passion for Alpine Skiing and Alpine Ski Racing.

  • Cedar Springs Ski Club
    Cedar Springs Ski Club

    If you love skiing or snowboarding and the idea of testing your skills at a variety of ski resorts then the Cedar Springs Ski Club Inc. is for you. Founded in 1935 and incorporated in 1948, Cedar Springs Ski Club Inc. is a family-oriented, travelling, ski club based out of Burlington, Ontario.

  • Georgian Peaks Club
    Georgian Peaks Club

    We've been in the business of fun-on-snow since the early sixties. In total, we have forty years experience managing perhaps the greatest piece of mountain in pretty Southern Ontario. We've been catering to the needs of a private membership since 1987.

  • Alpine Ski New Brunswick
    Alpine Ski New Brunswick

    Ski NB develops, supports and delivers quality alpine ski racing programs in collaboration with its member clubs.  We encourage broad based participation and excellence where participants can achieve personal growth and success in a safe and fair environment.

  • Club Ski 30
    Club Ski 30

    Club Ski 30 exists to provide its membership with a unique opportunity to enjoy the social and economic benefits that are available when many skiers combine their love of skiing and their significant buying power.

  • Alpine Ontario
    Alpine Ontario

    Alpine Ontario Alpin (AOA) is a Not-for-Profit Provincial Sport organization promoting the development of recreational and competitive ski racing in Ontario. We have over 30,000 members, including athletes, parents, coaches, volunteers, officials, and partner. Alpine Ontario Alpin offers programs for skiers at all ages and abilities; programs include Alpine Skiing, ParaSkiing, and Skier Cross.

  • High Park Ski Club
    High Park Ski Club

    igh Park Ski Club is one of the oldest continuous ski clubs in Toronto and the city’s largest travelling ski club. Since 1950 it has welcomed downhill skiers, cross-country skiers and, in the past two decades, snowboarders and snowshoers.

    Throughout the snow season, High Park members enjoy day trips every weekend, weekend trips and week-long downhill charter trips to resorts in North America and Europe. The club is fuelled by friendship and there are social events all year long.

  • North Toronto Ski Club
    North Toronto Ski Club

    We live in and around the city and love to ski and snowboard! Established in 1960, North Toronto Ski Club is a traveling downhill, cross-country and snowboard club run by member volunteers. Our club is small enough to be open and friendly but big enough to provide all the benefits of a large ski club by restricting our membership to 1,100 members.  Join North Toronto Ski Club and meet a group of men and women (minimum age 19) who are friendly, enthusiastic and who love to ski, snowboard and socialize.

  • Edelweiss Alpine Ski Club
    Edelweiss Alpine Ski Club

    The Edelweiss Alpine Ski Club is a group of dedicated skiers, coaches, and parents working together throughout the ski season to deliver a quality race program. The goal is to provide an atmosphere where racers of all levels develop to their full potential. This is accomplished through the use of experienced and qualified coaching, with the lates techniques and equipment.

  • Ski Quebec Alpin
    Ski Quebec Alpin

    The Edelweiss Alpine Ski Club is a group of dedicated skiers, coaches, and parents working together throughout the ski season to deliver a quality race program. The goal is to provide an atmosphere where racers of all levels develop to their full potential. This is accomplished through the use of experienced and qualified coaching, with the lates techniques and equipment.